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You Can’t Fool A Montrealer

I am at the Museum of Jewish Montreal which is directly across the street from my old commune from 1970 where i was the editor of the underground paper Logos. They serve gefilte fish tacos (I kid you not) here and i just told them a story because i see they are selling Montreal steak […]

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SOME TRAVEL TIPS i have learned while rambling around this planet.

SOME TRAVEL TIPS i have learned while rambling around this planet. I love traveling and being on the move . I love seeing new things and having new experiences. I also love coming home to my base as i call it in California and contemplating afterwards and gathering my soul and resting before i concoct […]

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It’s Time We Stopped Messing with that Kid ! “

4 years ago i left Sebastopol ready for adventure.The divorce was very raw then and i felt battered and heart broken but i was determined that this was not the way it was to end and that the world held magic and promise. I left town with no plan but with a trust in the […]

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Jews in Tombstone,Arizona and Wyatt Earp

Home of Wyatt Earp and his brothers and Doc Holliday and Josephine Marcus the Jewish wife of Wyatt Tombstone and much of Arizona and the West has a big history of Jews who were prospectors and merchants and even cowboys .In towns like Prescott and Phoenix and Douglas and Tucson and Tombstone they became merchants […]

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THE HUCKLEBERRY YEARS PART ONE….wisdom of a young man

In 1974 when i was living in Stinson Beach,California i hiked out to the Point Reyes Wilderness area and camped out for 5 days. There i lived like Robinson Crusoe on the beach not seeing anyone alone with my thoughts and i wrote. I wrote a 20 page story of my time there in the […]

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Parchman Farm, Mississippi

When i was recently touring my friend from Switzerland Bernadette across the South we passed by a notorious place called Parchman Farm.I called Bernadette’s attention to it a big sprawling building on a massive acreage with towers and barbed wire… I told her i would inform her of the history some time later because we […]

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